Dux College’s year 12 tutoring programs prepare students for their assessments and exams throughout their final HSC year. All syllabus content is covered comprehensively, with a strong focus on exam technique, giving students the best chance at achieving a band 6 / E4 result and maximising their ATAR.
Dux College gives students the best possible start towards obtaining their HSC. They offer small class sizes of around 5 to 8 students in each of their weekly two-hour lessons. Tutors are fully accessible to parents to get updates about their child’s progress. A report for each enrolled subject is also given at the end of each term detailing the student’s progress.
Mr Hong Li, Founder of Dux College said, “Term 4 starts on 8th October 2016 which is the start of the HSC course for class of 2017. Enrolling early for the 2017 academic year is recommended and students can call or fill out a free trial form to secure their position.” He went on to say, “Students can also enroll for the remainder of Term 3 which ends on 25th September 2016. Students do a full course revision of all HSC content and polish up exam technique and how to structure responses for different types of exam questions.”
The Dux College class tutor covers theory, example questions and relevant exam techniques. Classes are highly interactive and even the shyest students participate in class discussions. Small class size also allows individual attention to be given to each student. Tutors are very aware of each individual student’s progress, strengths, weaknesses and can communicate this with parents when requested.
Dux College tutors are among the top of New South Wales, are excellent at breaking down complex concepts into smaller manageable parts for students and can show how to structure exam responses to gain full marks.
To learn more about Dux College and HSC Tutoring visit the website here: dc.edu.au
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